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Quick Hit
by Adam Doster
1:26pm
Thu Jan 6, 2011

Veto Session Round-Up: Taxes, Medicaid, Union Bashing

The veto session continued to hum along in Springfield yesterday. Here's a brief recap of where things stand:

Quick Hit
by Adam Doster
10:47am
Mon Dec 6, 2010

Meeks The "Neighborhood" Mayor; Emanuel's Modest Green Initiative

With Chicago's mayoral election 12 weeks away and the news cycle easing up a bit locally, candidates are slowly starting to unveil portions of their potential City Hall agenda.

Quick Hit
by Micah Maidenberg
2:55pm
Mon Nov 8, 2010

Mayoral Race Ramps Up Quickly

If you thought for a moment that post-November 2 you might pause from the furious pace of hard-fought electoral politics, think again. Now that the mid-terms are concluded, the candidates who've jumped into Chicago's mayoral fray are taking center stage and positioning themselves for the February 22, 2011 municipal election.

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by Micah Maidenberg
3:06pm
Fri Nov 5, 2010

CTU: An Educator, Not An Executive, Needed Atop CPS

CPS chief Ron Huberman is leaving. So is Chicago Mayor Richard Daley. A new administration is aggressively positioning the teachers' union. What does it all mean for the next leader of the nation's third-largest school district?

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